Artic Herbery is now open to the Anchorage community.
All prices listed are after the Anchorage recreational 5% Marijuana tax.
2 people thought this review was helpful
AH seems like a real barebones fly-by-night money pit. It's a tiny shop over in the industrial side of town. They've got pipes, clones, bud and edibles. The edibles I tried were weak but the "Chemo" strain I bought was good. They don't seem to be open much, the hours are different every day. It just seems like they're trying to score the early money, because they don't seem like they're trying to grow or improve anything.
I've visited this shop a few times, all the dispensaries are getting same product and price from growers and eatibles makers.. why do you feel the need to mark up the product? Denver/Seattle/California weed scenes had people like this in the beginning.. but after a few months they shuttered their doors and went on to rip people off in another fashion.
1 person thought this review was helpful
They ask staff to get people out as quick as possible and remind people that it isn't a hangout spot. The owner does not care about his customers, he only cares about getting rich. While I was a customer there I have heard him say "I own this town! I'm making so much money, I LOVE it." It's not the environment I was hoping for and I will not return. Rude people!
I found this store a bit creepy - I felt like I was doing something illegal just trying to get in the door. Parking was a bit tough and the store section was very cramped. I know they have a grow-op going, too, so that's part of the crampiness, but I think they should have built a little bit bigger selling space. I felt very rushed to get in/out because I didn't want to hold up other people. The guys (it was 100% men) really knew their stuff, but I didn't like the overly male atmosphere and would have preferred at least one female staff. I did like that it was essentially one-to-one staff to customer. I would go back if I needed to, but it's not on my side of the city and kind of out of the way. The edibles were great but very expensive: Cannabanana bread was almost $85+ for 10 doses, which seemed steep but maybe that's the way edibles will be all over the city?
Knowledgable, friendly staff. Family owned and operated, which is cool. Supply is a hassle for everyone in the state until the cultivators can sell their product, so can't fault Arctic Herbery for not having product all the time. They were the first and seem to be working really hard to do it right. My favorite shop.
This place may be out of weed most of the time, but when you manage to get your hands on some it's the best legal weed in town. Hopefully they'll get it together soon and have weed more often, like, wayyy more often. They are supposed to be a weed store after all.
No weed just edibles that were worthless felt ripped off come on if your going to open a store at least figure out how to supply it
I bought a pre-roll of Northern Lights and it was good stuff. It said it was 11% but it got me higher quicker than bud i bought at another shop that was 14%. The staff was friendly. The shop isn't as nice as other places but i liked it. I also like that they grow their own product. This place is dope, check it out.
3 people thought this review was helpful
Arctic herbery will demand you to allow them to scan your ID in to a computer data base.
What happens to this data?
They say that they wipe it every evening.
They also say this data collection is required.
This is not true.
There is no requirement for the store to scan your ID.
No other stores do this.
Is Arctic Herbery a Federal Government
Data collection operation ??
Are you willing to risk being put in theto a marijuana user data base?
2 people thought this review was helpful
Bought a loaf of bread partly because the clerk talked it up so much and told me it was scored into ten slices. The loaf was in a black bag labeled from Frozen Budz with a listed weight of 5 oz with 10 mcg of in each ounce. I got home and opened the package of bread. It was not sliced or marked at all. It looked like a square muffin that had not risen all the way. I put it on my digital scale and the whole "loaf" weighed 2.2 grams. I called the shop to ask what was up(I would have gone back, but I live near Big Lake). No one answered just a message asking people to stop by. I ate half of the bread and did get fairly high, but I feel ripped off. Cant wait until other stores have consistent product and fair weight on product